Mumbai, Dec 11: Sanjay Tripathi, whose latest directorial "Club 60" features veterans like Farooque Sheikh and Sarika, isn't sure if he will cast 'stars' for his next film but he believes a script is the real "star" of every movie.
His next movie will be a thriller, and his wish list of actors is ready, but he doesn't wish to reveal any names as of now.
"It's too early to discuss it. I don't know whether I want stars in the film but I always believe that the script is the star of any film," Tripathi told IANS.
Currently rejoicing in the positive feedback to his movie about an elderly couple, the filmmaker says he has already started scripting his next film said to be based on a novel.-*-
'What The Fish' time for Poonam Pandey, Rakhi Sawant!
Controversial celebrities Poonam Pandey and Rakhi Sawant enjoyed a crazy house party along with young cast members of forthcoming film "What The Fish" here Tuesday.
The film's production banner Viacom18 Motion Pictures adopted a fairly different strategy to promote the Dimple Kapadia-starrer.
Rakhi and Poonam are said to have taken the party to a new level. Rakhi got a temporary tattoo of a fish on herself and she spoke about why she looks up to Dimple.
Poonam, on the other hand, entertained the guests with her dancing and she also stripped to a bikini by the poolside.
The film's cast members in attendance were Manu Rishi, Anand Tewari, Sumit Suri, Shabina Shabnam along with director Gurmmeet Singh.
"What The Fish" will release Friday.
'Highway' took me to amazing places: Alia
Young actress Alia Bhatt says the journey of Imtiaz Ali's "Highway" took her to places which she might have never got a chance to see - like Sambhar in Rajasthan.
Presented by Sajid Nadiadwala and starring Alia and Randeep Hooda, "Highway" traverses six states of north India and captures the landscape of the different regions as it goes along.
In the "Highway Diaries", short video snippets that capture the journey of the film, Alia has recently shared her experience of shooting for the film in a salt factory in Sambhar.
Having been born and brought up in a city like Mumbai, Sambhar was a revelation for Alia.
"'Highway' took me to all these amazing places that I probably wouldn't have ever seen otherwise. Sambhar, the salt factory, was the most beautiful and the most weird experience for me," said the 20-year-old.
"I celebrated my birthday there as well...in many ways, I think it was here that I truly started feeling like Veera (her character in the film)," she added.
"Highway" will release Feb 21, 2104.